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    Regal Business Park Hotel: Near Ayala Center Cebu

    A nice hotel on Archbishop Reyes directly in front of Ayala Center Cebu, Regal Business Park Hotel's recommended by Tutubi's business contacts who also took care of reservations and got 20% discount on corporate rate.

    It's a small, budget hotel in Cebu, unlike most of Tutubi's trips there where he stayed at the upscale Waterfront Hotel Lahug or at pension house during one of his first backpacking trips there, but it's well-within-budget for Tutubi and it's close proximity to Ayala center, SM City Cebu, and Fuente Osmena (the last two accessible via a 15 minute, a PhP50 taxi ride).

    Regal Hotel's standard rooms (priced at P1800/night good for two persons) have two beds, hot and cold shower, buffet breakfast inclusive of the room rate and 24 hour free Internet wifi connection at the restaurant on the ground floor of the 6-storey hotel building.

    Tutubi's Standard room, a quick picture before he messed it up completely to rest his tired back
    Ayala Center Cebu right across Regal Hotel, too early thus no cars in the parking lot.

    The best thing about Regal Business Park Hotel, of particular importance to Filipinos, is the presence of the tabo (ladle) in the bathroom.

    Tutubi will now announce the first recipient of the soon-to-be-prestigious (hopefully) Tutubi Tabo Awards to Regal Business Park Hotel for having a tabo, if not a bidet, to cater to Filipinos in need of one. Using a tabo is a cultural thing and most hotels and resorts don't have one. Tutubi need not cut out a mineral water PET bottle to make an improvised ladle on this trip.

    Coming Soon... Sky Walking on top of the Philippines' tallest hotel

    Regal Business Park Hotel
    Address: Archbishop Reyes Avenue, across Ayala Center Cebu,
    Cebu Business Park, 6000 Cebu City
    Contact Number: +63.32.412-2588; +
    Official Website:
    Email For Inquiries:
    Email For Reservations:

    For inquiries, latest room rates, seminars, events (weddings, conferences, functions) and reservations, you may contact Regal Business Park Hotel's published telephone numbers or send email inquiries to addresses listed above.

    Warning: in going there, tell the taxi driver to drive you to Regal Hotel on Arch. Reyes in front of Ayala center, and not merely mention Regal. There's Regal Pension House in Cebu. Trust Tutubi, he's been there :P

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    posted by GingGoy @ 9:59 PM,


    At Aug 3, 2010, 8:17:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

    i've stayed in this hotel a couple of times mainly because of it's close proximity to ayala center. but i usually ask for the room facing ayala center. wala kasing bintana yong ibang rooms.:p

    At Aug 6, 2010, 6:45:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    naaliw ako dun sa "tutubi tabo award" =)

    At Aug 11, 2010, 9:52:00 AM, Anonymous bw said...

    tabo ?? lol.. e di meron ding balde? that's very Pinoy indeed :)

    At Aug 11, 2010, 10:57:00 AM, Blogger GingGoy said...

    Luna, a friend of mine's going there this weekend and booked at the same hotel :P

    docgelo, yes, will update the list of awardees later

    bw, i don't remember seeing a balde...just a tabo hehe

    At Nov 24, 2010, 11:48:00 PM, Anonymous whattaqueso said...

    I am planning to reserve on this place this coming Sinulog festival 2011, I do hope I will have a fine and fun staying in this hotel.


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